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is fascinating to me. basically because, i think the charge against lindsey graham, for example, is unfair, that somehow he's driven by terminal sexism. this is a senator, a republican senator from south carolina, who did vote for the confirmation of elena kagan and for justify sotomayor-- >> brown: you're referring to him coming out against-- >> and threatening this filibust wer john mccain which i think is an irrationalath on their parts. not because presidents have the option and should have the benefit of the doubt on a confirmation to the cabinet. this isn't a judicial lifetime appointment. and i don't senator graham or mccain was publicly vocal when secretary condoleezza rice was nominated for that position, having been national execute adviser, and predicted the arrival of the mushroom cloud because of a nuclear weapons that iraq was then, under saddam hussein, harboring. sthere seems to be a degree of irrationality. the president has now made it a big fight. and we've seen liberal press people come out citing the shortcomings-- personality shortcomings of susan rice. it's sort of a
boxes with school supplies and toys. the program run by billy graham's son, franklin, helps to give children gifts worldwide. >> it tells the true meaning of christmas, the gift of love that was shared with everyone. >> reporter: since they started meeting socially at this cafe 10 years ago, this close knit group has discovered a common thread. >> you want to do something produce are only so many scarves you can wear and give away. >> reporter: over the years they've touched people all over the world. they made hats for children in nepal and scarves for children in afghanistan. in the bay area, the women have knit hundreds of thousands of scarves for babies, senior citizens, the homeless. >> there's always another way to help, another idea. and i love it. >> reporter: but there is such a thing as having too much fun. >> i can almost bring the simplest thing to do here, because if i don't, it's like i dropped the stitch. >> reporter: in the end, they stitch with love. one knit, one pearl at a time. >>> right back to the breaking news in pinole. an effort underway to rescue a man stuc
run by billy graham's son frankly hopes to give 9 million children shoe box gifts worldwide. >> this may be the only gift they get and it tells the true meaning of christmas. a gift of love that was shared with everyone. >> since they started meeting socially at this cafe ten years ago this close knit group discovered a common thread. >> you want to keep your hands busy. and do something productive. and there are only so many scarves you can wear and so many you can give away. >> over the years the women have touched people all over the world. they made hats for children in nepal and scarves for kids in afghanistan. in the bay area the women have knit hundreds of hats and scarves for premature babies. veterans the homeless and senior citizens. >> there's always another project a way to help and another idea and i love it. >> but there is such a thing as having too much fun. >> i can only bring the simplest thing to do here. because if i drop a stitch. >> in the end they stitch with love. one knit one pearl at a time. >>> meteorologists paul. maybe you're getting up early for
to and found that was particularly significant in what we call the 21st of december, 2012. >> graham is author of the book "fingerprints of the god's." >> with the myan calendar it is possible to tell exactly what the phase of the moon will be on a particular day 2,000 years from now or 2,000 years before now. >> ancient maya had calendars that ran on the cycle of the sun, moon and visible planets. why was the solstice important to the myans? >> it is very important because they kept the record of the change of the season so they can now know that the rainy season is going to begin and for the construction of the building, they only use the great amount of lay better of a slave, they don't have any tools, just the hammer and chisel. >> it was a private space. all indications it was a living space for the king. the temple of the inscripts great king who ruled for 69 years buried deep beneath it. >> this is the final resting place of the beloved myan king for nearly 70 years myan art, architecture and astonomy flourished. >> they independent ter act is turning out to be a rich field of study. >>
if obama goes forward and decides to nominate rice. >> there is a john mccain and lindsay graham, they have threatened to block her possible nomination. mccain called her comments not very bright. as result he and others are accused of being racist. is questioning her qualifications specifically following her benghazi statements, do you think that is racist? >> democrats have been certainly suggesting that. of course republicans say that is ridiculous. you look at graham and mccain who have been constant critics of the obama administration but you look at center, susan collins who has strongly supported rice in her lowell as u.n. ambassador praised her at her initial confirmation hearing. collins is saying that rice has to answer the question or she won't vote for her. that is major problem for the administration. i think it's a good move by rice she is trying to dial it down. she is willing to meet mccain. the temperature has to come down a little bit in order for her to possibly be nominated. if at this level it will be tough. >> heather: should she still be nominated? >> i think it will
the senate race in 2014. senators mcconnell, graham, cornyn, chambliss are thought to be vulnerable to the tea party. republicans have to sort this out. how much they're going to lean more toward the base or more toward the fiscal conservatives in the tea party or are they going to go more toward the middle and in the end can they get the senate back? >> well, i think getting the is that the back is going to be tough to do and it's going to depend on candidate recruitment, particularly in states like alaska, colorado and louisiana. where you have a pretty republican electorates, but you have democratic senators coming from those states. now, as for this tea party insurgency idea, when you look at this cycle in 2012, if you look at 2010 as well, you had a lot of insurgent candidates who ran against firmly, established canned who had one statewide before. it's not obvious to me you're going to see a ton of donors and act vis who are going to be fired up about that having seen that the result of those tea party insurgencies in come cases, threatened a winnable republican candidate. so
with his shadow, lindsey graham, and their new third amigo, new hampshire senator kelly ayotte, they released a joint statement today, praising the cease-fire declaration, but then adding were for good measure, quote, what happens in the middle east will impact america's vital national security interests for the foreseeable future and stronger, smarter american leadership is desperately needed. smarter leadership! take it from john mccain. remember, john mccain's big idea on foreign policy at the moment is that we should not have a secretary of state at all right now. john mccain suggesting that he will personally block anybody from being confirmed as secretary of state in the second term of the obama administration, because according to john mccain, u.n. ambassador susan rice, who's a likely candidate for secretary of state, she once said something wrong on the sunday shows. in the days after the attack on the u.s. consulate in benghazi, back in september, susan rice went on the sunday shows and gave the administration's intelligence agency-approved talking points, explaining
says. >> if senator mccain and senator graham and others want to go after somebody, they should go after me. >> instead of taking up for susan rice, here is a deal i will make with the president. you come in her place and testify before congress and answer our questions. >> governor, never going to happen. >> no. it's not going to happen. but i think congressman gowdy who is one of my favorites because he is so plain spokane spoken and clear. the president tried defend susan rice. if he doesn't want to own up about benghazi then come himself. if he says the buck stops with him they can come after me. okay then go to congress and tell us what happened. somebody is not telling us the truth from this administration and it's high time we found out what really did happen and why it happened and who covered it up. >> is susan rice now scot-free? we heard from james clapper's office basically looked at the revised it. they took out the words al qaeda in its place and put islamic extremist. is susan rice now free and clear here and does james clapper and his office need to be held accounta
graham -- if the democrats gave us significant 10 to 1 entitlement reform i could, even though i promised people of south carolina i would not, i would vote for a tax increase to get this fundamental entitlement reform. i said, have you ever met a democrat willing to do that? i said, senator, you are offering a tax increase and return for a golden unicorn that the not exist and i did not stay up late at night because he said, look, anything that is not entitlement reform baked in the cake is phony. he is very dismissive of other people who lust after promises of tax cuts. he is going to be having a much tougher deal. so, i don't think that -- no, the commitment by the modern republican party house and senate, governors, is to reduce spending and not to raise taxes. although one can get a congressman or senator talk about a hypothetical and get in trouble. i usually call them after it has been in the paper and say, did you mean to endorse that? i have had discussions with corker and so as well. i do not think the d's will offer anything on spending that we even -- that would even tempt som
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